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How to Help Your Lawyer Win Your Case

By Grant Law Office on February 1, 2010

This blog is a summary of the VLOG (Video Blog) located in the Wayne Grant video library titled “How to Help Your Lawyer Win Your Case”. https://www.grantlawoffice.com/video-library.html.

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What’s the best thing that you can do to help your lawyer win your case? If you think you’ve been the victim of a medical mistake, or received injuries or a family member has received injuries in an automobile or truck collision, get out the pad, gather information and document everything.

In those first days it is crucial for you to write down everything that you learned and do it objectively. This is not the time to be subjective and write down your own feelings. This is not that type of journal. This is a journal designed to be of assistance to your lawyer so that, for example, in the context of a medical malpractice case, you may speak to a compassionate nurse who tells you that there’s been an equipment malfunction, or who tells you that somebody didn’t do what they should have done. In an automobile case, you may come across a witness whose name doesn’t ultimately appear in the accident report generated by the policeman. That witness may have crucial information to help your lawyer win the case, when liability is contested.

So, first and foremost, if you think you’ve been a victim, after taking care of family and immediate concerns, get out the pad and start documenting everything! Your lawyer will thank you for it.

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